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of an hbo documentary tonight. it is called "the nine lives of marion barry." the dc council member and former mayor talked about the presentation during an interview on 9 news now at 9:00. >> this documentary is balanced in a sense it shows the triumphs and i have had a lot of triumphs, helped a lo of people, transformed downtown, summer jobs. i could go on and on, verizon center. but, the media some parts tend to focus on a little sliver of my life, just a narrow part of it. >> reporter: hbo will show the documentary tonight at 9:00 p.m. >>> there's a new warning about gift cards. some of them could be worthless. so we will find out what you need to know before buying one or using one. >>> plus, the latest on a typhoon that is rampaging through the pacific. we will have can a tails. stay with us. 9 news now will continue in faa oh, hi! welcome back to progressive.com! how's that car insurance? great! just bought a house... and you just heard progressive offers homeowner's insurance. yeah! i also heard i could save a bundle -- because progressive already insures your car. yeah, and
"teddy in his own words." >> it's amazing documentary that hbo put together. >> if you haven't soon it, right at top of the hour, "teddy in his own words" the hbo documentary, we're going to air the whole thing, starting at 8:00 p.m., in about 40 minutes. we assume that this burial will have been completed by then. if not, it will go until the end and then we'll play the hbo documentary. it's now getting closer and closer to arlington national cemetery, there's the hearse carrying senator kennedy's casket, with the u.s. flag draped around it and once they get to the gravesite of president kennedy, everyone will get out of the vehicles and begin this process of the actual service which will be led by cardinal mccarrick, the arch beneficia bishop emeritus. the difference ed rollins between this burial and his two brothers' burr yals, they were young men and they were tragedy assassinated and he lived until he was age 77, and died of natural causes. >> the first one was obviously a great shock, the beginning of the age of television, people forget when eisenhower was the president in the
calls the hbo documentary tonihbthe most balanced media coverage he's ever received. well, this is new... i'm working on my digestive health. whatcha eatin'? yoplus. it's a yogurt for digestive health. it's delicious. here... blackberry pomegranate. honey, i can't find my hand. (announcer) yoplus has the special combination of... fiber plus... special cultures... plus the delicious taste of yoplait. >>> morning divers resume their search in the hudson river after saturday's mid-air collision between a small plane and a helicopter. the bodies of seven of the nine victims have been recovered. today the divers will concentrating collecting the debris from the plane. this is the worst disaster in new york city since november of 2001. >>> the cash for clunkers program is causing problems at many dealerships. the cash for clunkers program has fuel efficient cars flying off the lots. and there are reports of dealers having to shut down. congress approved $2 billion for keeping the rebates going until labor day. >>> tie on the morakat hit china causing 2,000 homes to collapse. the chinese gove
police officers out of harm's way. plus, the nine lives of them. we have a preview of the new hbo documentary that premiers in rr stay with us. so when you said you bring fiber optic all the way to the home, you meant... we bring fiber optic all the way to the home. um... which gives you more bandwidth than cable. so you can upload faster. so it's like comparing a horse and buggy to a sports car. am i the, uh, horse? (announcer) it's a whole new internet. only verizon's 100% fiber optic network makes uploading as easy as downloading. because your internet's not fast unless it's two-way fast. > >> >>> be ready for some rare images of them a young man. a chemistry phd candidate who arrived in washington in the 1960s and quickly, they became an activist to be reckoned with by police, white members and members of congress and the black status quo. >> no one is going to put me out either. >> because that is the reason. >> the documentary, the ne lives, they have their moments. and there is a good effort to exam how he got himself elected into every political effort that they saw. >> t
to the filmmakers behind hbo new documentary "the fixer." and savannah guthrie at the white house and prime time ed shultz is joining us in the studio. here are the top headlines. nbc news obtained dramatic video of the air collision over the hudson river. it's incredibly disturbing to watch. a warning to people. it captured the moment where a plane and helicopter collided and killed all nine board. >>> a final farewell to eunice shriver kennedy. friends and family are gathered today in massachusetts to say good-bye to the 88-year-old humanitarian who is most notably associated with the founding of the special olympics. >>> thousands pay their respects to navy pilot scott speicher who has shot down during the 1991 gulf war and remembered as a hero to his family and his country. >> he represents the best of the best. he was committed to living by a higher standard than most. he honored his family. he honored this community and he truly honored our great nation. >> speicher's remains were just identified a few weeks ago. >>> i want to introduce my co-host this morning. each morning on msnbc live, i w
and new york congresswoman from brooklynee yvette clark and documentary filmmaker from hbo and who is out that run house reverend run joins us live in the studio. let's fast forward through the top headlines. stunning home video capture inside maine as a killer wave from hurricane bill pulled a family out to sea. this home video as the coast guard tried to desperate rescue three people and a 7-year-old, unfortunately, died. her father and a 12-year-old were hospitalized there. you see it there. >>> fire crews knee athens, greece to snuff out wildfires. wildfires rage for a fourth day near athens. help from other european nations arrive. crews are taking advantage of low winds today. >>> reality show contestant turned murder suspect was found dead in a secluded canadian motel. ryan jenkins was wanted in the crew gruesome death of his former wife. police say jenkins apparently committed suicide and his ex-wife and mother reacted to the news this way this morning on the "today" show. >> it brings some closure to what has been going on. i mean, we don't have to worry about looking for him him
of this made hbo. >> mike: i wasn't on the hbo special about john adams. >> you cannot study john adams writings and not see his face throughout. as a matter of fact, abigail is the real bible cover in this deal and you can see that on hbo. we managed to exclude what the -- to the skies relatively. >> mike: how come we haven't been told the real truth about our founders to cute. >> eagle back to a textbook printed before 1920 as is common stuff. from 1930-1950 went silent. from 1950-1970 we want to be there not that religious and in the 90s we cannot discuss for all diagnostic ideas. go back and get a totally different picture. >> mike: it comes down to the original documents in their own words. it is not what people said these guys said, that's what i actually said. >> atari we like putting it up on the website. you can see the actual documents. the library congress brought all these religious doctrines out to show the founders and what they believed and did so there's plenty of evidence out there it's just that today would have been cut away from our own roots, heritage and history. >
kennedy. some call the kennedys america's royal family. in an hbo documentary, it's called "ted kennedy," talks about his own family and his own life. we want to show you parts of that documentary that we have found. here it is. >> from my earliest beginnings, our house has been the scrapbook for our family. all of the really major times of joy and triumph and some of sadness and disappointment have been a part of these pictures. >> i've grown up in a large family. i was the ninth member of that family. the relationship between brothers and sisters was extremely close. all during the 30s and 40s, my father was one that would challenge all the members of the family. he could spot when you were not measuring up and not giving your all. >> that's just beginning of it. we will show you more of this after the break, including a look at ted kennedy as that pudgy-faced kid with his brothers and mom and dad. unbelievable video. something i have never known or seen before. ted kennedy was a college football player actually making a touchdown catch for harvard. this is an incredible film. you can
's not a communist. >>> critics have been slamming the health care reform effort. now the comedian and hbo talk show host bill maher is bashing the health care system calling them jiffy lubes with bedpans. bill maher is joining us now. bill, thanks very much for coming in. >> hey, wolf. you see if i wrote for you, you see how funny you would be? >> i'm not very funny like you. let's get to health care in a moment. you had a strong commentary on it the other night. let's talk about sarah palin first. now the former governor of alaska. and among other things in her departing comments she said this -- >> you're going to see anti-hunting, anti-second amendment circuses from hollywood. and here's how they do it. they use these delicate, tiny, very talented celebrity starlets. they use alaska as a sun raising tools for their anti-second amendment causes. >> she made references to hollywood. and since you're out there in l.a., you know something about hollywood. i want to give you a chance to respond. did you have a chance to watch her comments in her former final remarks as governor? >> of course, wolf. i
. >>> and we will preview the hbo documentary chronicling the ups and downs of dc councilman and former mayor marion barry. ?ñ?? seem smooth and strong to irreversible damage. no different. irreversible loss of enamel. enamel shield enamel loss by forming against acid attack. toothpastes dentists check most. save your enamel. be gone for good. enamel shield. with the rinse. @ it's a revolution in pain relief. (announcer) new icy hot medicated roll. for wherever you hurt. icy to dull pain, hot to relax it away. the new icy hot medicated roll. with the roll, pain's under control. >>> this morning in the examiner, lawyers for thousands of special needs students are taking the district to court. >>> montgomery county loosens restrictions on using facebook for employees. >>> and prince georges county executive jack johnson is dropping hints about continuing his political career after his term ends next year. these story and more the examiner. >>> hbo has a good reputation for putting on cutting-edge documentaries. tonight they will air the nine lives of marion barry. bruce johnson has seen the en
. but the stotelling thing, when youee one ofthe hbo miniries, like district 9. it is trific. thatovie seems like it is going to be what it i and it unfolds and itis a diffent thing gong on. >tav: a lo of us,ur attention sp is shorter. >> i don' buy that. tavis:ou ve to hold my attention for a long tim >> that falls on me. tavi howdo you do it? >> i have to like my story well enough. i i do a b sequence with 20 minutes of dialog, it has to be sharp and bang- and raz sharp. he perfmance has to be terrific and the castg has to work. thesectors can now play my characters. it is upto me to pull it o. where i am comingrom is when i come to the audience, i am the audience. if i please myself, i bet there are more le me out there. i amust tryingto make it for mend hopin there are more ke me. tavis: whats it abo the y you see movies that makesou think others want to. why are you so on point abou this? >> i go to the movies a lot. andone thing that gives me an edge over other audience members to work my knowledge is the fachat i am consous about the subconscious things to the audience. we see so ny difren
, you've had a good night. but the storytelling thing, when you see one of the hbo miniseries, like district 9 it is terrific. that movie seems like it is going to be what it is, and it unfolds and it is a different thing going on. >tavis: a lot of us, our attention span is shorter. >> i don't bu that. tavis: you have to hold my attention for a long time. >> that falls on me. tavis: how do you do it? >> i have to like my story well enough. if i do a big sequence with 20 minutes of dialog, it has to be sharp and bang-on and razor sharp. the performance has to be terrific and the casting has to work. these actors can now play my characters. it is up to me to pull it off. where i am coming from iss wheni come to the auence, i am the audience. if i please myself, i betet thee are more like me out there. i am just trying to make it for me and hoping there are more like me. tavis: what is it abo the way you see movies that makes you think others want to. why are you so on point about this? >> i go to the movies a lot. and one thing that gives me an edge over other audience members to work
endures, the hope still lives, and the dream shall never die. >> tonight cnn will air an hbo acclaimed documentary entitled "teddy -- in his own words." his remarkable life told by senator ted kennedy himself including rarely seen footage from his childhood and his fight for civil rights and health care reform. tonight, 7:00 p.m. eastern, right here on cnn immediately after "the situation room." >>> eulogizing his slain brother, rallying the nation on 9/11, more raw sound from senator ted kennedy, the lion of the senate. that's coming up in his own words. and the future of health reform out ted kennedy. james carville, donna brazile, david gergen, john king are standing by. 90s slacker hip-hop. ♪ that can strain your relationships and hurt yourody 'cause pu'pride ♪ng a ride ♪ ♪ it's the credit roller coaster ♪ ♪ and as you can see it kinda bites! ♪ ♪ so sing the lyrics with me: ♪ when your debt goes up your score goes down ♪ ♪ when you pay a little off it goes the other way 'round ♪ ♪ it's just the same for everybody, every boy and girl ♪ ♪ the credit roll
you think you can dance have both expressed interest in hiring paula abdul. >> hbo hoping to answer the question just who is marian berry. special documentary the 9 lives of marian berry looks into the former washington, d.c. mayor who was arrested during an fbi drug sting in 1990. berry became well known as black activist leader when he became mayor but 3 terms later he fell from grace when filmed doing drug ins a hotel room. >>> he really truly does look forward doesn't look back but in a film you are really asking people to look back and analyze how you felt and why you did what you did. he really resisted that. so it was a challenge. >>reporter: documentary premiers tonight on hbo. >>> it handle the talk >>>. >> welcome back. i'm bruce cunningham with receiver rank already depleted by injury the ravens lost another one. at least temporarily today. derek may son suffered dislocated finger. he left the field with the trainers but appears better later today. no word on his availability thursday night against the redskins. after almost 3 weeks working like coal miners the
. >> by the way, he went to the democratic convention and endorsed barack obama. are you still doing work for hbo? >> i was talking about a lot of stuff involving programming as the new regime took over and had to retool and covered was sort of there. it has nothing to do with journalism. the one thing i am not involved with is documentaries. >> the reason i bring up that part of it is because back in 1994, you ask why marion barry? this month there is a documentary on hbo about marion barry. here is what you say. is your father still alive? >> my father is very much still alive. my father is a very interesting story. as i alluded to in that column, he had a family shoe business. it was looted during the riots. unlike many other black businessmen in downtown urban america, he wanted to rebuild and did not want to flee to the suburbs and give up his business. he wanted to -- it was really kind of a heroic feat. it allowed him to be involved. it enabled him to be involved in the campaign for marion barry. to this day, he still volunteers for the organization that tirelessly lobbies to try to get fu
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. derrick ward, news 4. >> that document will also air on hbo august 10th. >>> moving on to another form of media, something you just can't seem to avoid these days. it ee's twitter maybe you're already on it. if you're not, you might be wondering why should i pete twooet? wendy rieger explains the possibles that come along with using this new tre in technology. >> so, welcome to introduction to twitter. who uses twitter? >> these people are here to learn about twitter and find out what's in it for them. >> there are thousands of journalists online. >> their instructor, rosalyn lemieux, says once they sign up, they will be in good company. >> in the last year, twitter usage has gone from about 450,000 users to about 7 million users. >> 7 million? so, why aren't you on board? first, a quick recap for the neophyte. twitter is a way to send messages to your friends, family, business colleagues, anyone you want to be part of your network. each of those people, called your followers, have to sign up on twitter.com tve y ge messages, which are called tweets. ted has more than 200 people follow
. >>> hbo airs the documentary of marion barry tonight. often ls it the most bala his controversial career. our bruce johnson makes several appearances in tonight's documentary and today he caught up with barry who said he accepts sole responsibility for not paying his taxes and that's it. he blames federal prosecutors and the fbi at the vista hotel for smoking crack. >> the fact is they spent $25 to $40 million to set me up. that's a fact. >> reporter: what would have happened if you put your hat and coat on and left the hotel that day? >> they would have found a way to do it. i take one responsibility -- that's for my taxes. i'm to blame solely for that. >> critics seem to agree that one of the highlights of the documentary is the interview with barry's former wife, the late effie barry. >>> you're back! >> back. >> and sick. so i'm moving over a little bit. i don't want what you have. >> do i look better than i sound? >> okay. [ laughter ] >> that was pulling teeth. all right. >>> 97, a record at dulles but not at national. the next three days, temperatures go down. we're in the right d
in silver spring last month and made its small screen debut on hbo last night. >>> delaware man wishes he wishes -- which is to pick on someone his own size. the 23-year-old stalled a purse with only two dollars in a from a 3-year-old girl waiting in line in a delicatessen in wilmington. he ran away but was caught at a barbershop. investigators say they have not recovered the purse and the child is very upset. >>> general motors showed off its new chevrolet volt. the rechargeable electric car should get 230 miles per gallon in city driving. it is the first to break triple digits in fuel efficiency. it is powered by electric motor. a small gas engine kicks in. it is due in showrooms of november, 2010. >>> turn our attention to the weather. we keep talking about the heat. you say today is a break but not when you can't feel it. >> we have a better chance for thunderstorms this afternoon. if we get those, that will help cool it off. tomorrow will be back in the 80's. the humidity will go down, slowly. it is moderation. we have our storms can because there are a couple of storms off to our re
before this came out with the president of hbo who was talking about john adams and i am asking, who is paul giamatti? excuse me? john adams? i did not get it. when i saw it, you killed that thing. >> a lot of people reacted that way. tavis: a risk for you to be in it. why did you take it? how did you pull it off? >> i have great self-confidence. tavis: back to the new yorkers ain. >> i did not -- always cared about was the size of it. it was so long. that is what i was afraid would be hard. it would be physically taxing. i thought i could do it. i took it because i am never going to do something like that again. an aide and a half hour thing about the revolution. -- eight and a half hour thing about the revolution. i thought it was a good way to tell the story of the first 50 years of the nation. tavis: are you a history buff? >> i am definitely interested. american history never interested me. i found it for some reason boring. i found this was more interesting. i do not know why i always found it boring. tavis: not that you thought you could not because if you did not you would no
. thank you. i want to remind everybody that tonight at 7:00 p.m. eastern cnn is going to be airing hbo's acclaimed documentary "teddy in his own words." it chronicles senator kennedy's life from his childhood through his speech at the 2008 democratic national convention. it includes rarely seen archival footage as well. that's hbo's "teddy in his own words" and you can see it tonight at 7:00 p.m. eastern right here on cnn. the democratic lion of the u.s. senate, dead at 77. stay with cnn for complete coverage of the life and legacy of senator edward m. kennedy. >>> for me, a few hours ago, this campaign came to an end. for all those whose cares have been our concern, the work goes on. the cause endures. the hope still lives. and the dream shall never die. >> fellow veteran senator orrin hatch of utah had this to say this morning about his friend, edward kennedy. ted kennedy's name will always be remembered as someone who lived and breathed the united states senate and the work completed within its chamber. hatch went on to say, kennedy with all his ideological verbose itty and idealism
courtesy of hbo. sample the music and the jokes when season 2 comes out tomorrow. mastermind behind the blockbuster transformers back with another action adventure film. preview gi joe the rise of cobra on friday. that's the low down. >>> i'm bruce cunningham . >> welcome back. ravens training camp entered the second week today. thugs in the off season is not the franchise player any more. signed a giant new contract. newly signed linebacker was not in action today. thugs is wearing a boot and sat out practice. he has a minor heel injury. he says it is not a big deal and nobody should be worried and expects to be back in a couple days. after missing training camp he's here because of the giant new contract he signed but he says football, not money, is what defines him. >> players are not defined by the salary. they are defined by what they do on the football field. like i said my role don't change. i'm not even second in command. i take third maybe. there's in the back and we run a certain structure on the defense. money don't define your position on the defense. >>repo
will begin or how much they will cost. >>> hbo delves into ninethe" nine lives of marion barry." it looks into alley in merges triumphantly each time after his legal woes. he will be the guest on " newstalk" today at 4:00. still to come, a grim recovery continues on the hudson river. the search for the final victim's and a mangled plane in a deadly mid-air collision. while you were following the tweets about the air force one fly over over new york city, it seems the air force was falling you. we are staying otaying my husband and i, we love to go to steakhouses i can smile, i can carry on our conversation i do most of the talking yes i wear dentures and they fit wonderful super poligrip acts as a seal between my dentures and my gums super poligrip makes eating more comfortable. even well fitting dentures can feel more comfortable with super poligrip. just a few dabs of super poligrip create a seal between your dentures and gums to make them more comfortable while you eat. i can eat my steak, i just love it. try super poligrip. >>> divers are coming the hudson river to search for the fina
according to hbo's real time with them. >>> what grade shall we give the forecast for today's back-to-school weather? >> we'll grade it as a b plus. >> okay. >> only because we're going up higher tomorrow. >> all right. >> we're going to raise the bar a little bit. a few clouds, a few showers in southern maryland and also in the northern area. now, let's take a break here and show you the hurricane. this is the eye of the hurricane, jimenez. and it is moving out of the north, north west. well, what we're thinking it could provide a little bit of moisture, maybe some rain. at least a little bit of moisture for our friends in southern california. winds are 155 miles per hour. gusting up to 190. you don't see that too often. another reason i'm showing you is a category five, moving into the baja of california, weekend rather quickly, making landfall between the two or three. then as it moves northward, a possibility that all the moisture here just sort of stays in arizona. some of it will get into parts of southern california and nothing else, it gets the humidity. that's something el
a unique look at senator edward kennedy. this hbo documentary entitled "teddy in his own words" has some truly amazing moments that have rarely been seen before. it's put together with home movies and photographs as well as tv news, video and still photographs from senator kennedy's long career. senator's commentary comes from both public and private recordings. here now the hbo documentary, "teddy in his own words." >>> teddy! teddy! >> thank you, thank you. >> teddy. teddy. >> it is so wonderful to be here. for me, this is a season of hope. as i look ahead, i am strengthened by family and friendship. so many of you have been with me in the happiest days and the hardest days. for you, and for me, the work begins anew. the hope rises again. and the dream lives on. thank you. thank you. ♪ >>> my fondest of memories were growing up on cape cod. from my earliest beginnings, our house has been a scrapbook for our family. all of the really major times of joy and triumph and some of sadness and disappointment have been a part of these pictures. ♪ i've grown up in a large family, as the nin
series on hbo called "got no game." ever consider weighing a boxer and using one of those hand held fish weighers where you grab them by the lip and pull them up. i feel like you are not really take the suggestions seriously and it's hurting me. is a high blood pressure medicines like aleve sometimes can. ♪ so you don't just feel better, you feel better knowing doctors recommend tylenol more than any other brand of pain reliever. ♪ >> you want to be called cutman or nurse. >> cut man. >> nurse. >> prefer being spattered in a man's blood or soaked in his spit? >> probably spit. >> that is a crazy question. >> all right. because i'm going to bleed and spit on you right now so you got a choice. >> i love rocket ball. the funniest thing to hit the world of sports since tennis. speaking of the new online series called got no game. his own commentaries from racing, boxing and. paul has been with us all night so let's kiss his butt for awhile. before you were a comedian you were a lawyer and bankers. >> i did law and investment banking and i said how could i kill my mother. i was writing jo
at the title page, it said alan ball, hbo and i was on board. you always hope for something like this but you cannot imagine it. you do the show and you hope the pilot gets picked up. once it does, you hope to get a second season. the books that the show is based off of, these are really interesting and fun. i just had a feeling when you put alan ball without, he is such a great writer and he puts together a great team of writers, i thought that maybe we could do pretty well. greta: for the people that have not seen the show, what is a shape shifter? >> that is a good question. we are still kind of working that out but as far as we know so far, i am in shape shifter in the show and i can turn into a lot of different animals. i choose to turn into a dog because people are friendly to them. i cannot turn into a person or an inanimate object. basically, animals. i actually turned into something very big this year and something very small. greta: is the season fully done now? >> yes. we finished about a month ago. it takes us about seven or so months to shoot it. hbo gives us a lot of time to sho
this mass just took place. i want to remind our viewers at 8:00 p.m. eastern here on cnn, at claimed hbo documentary, "teddy in his own reairing that. even if you saw it, you might want to see it again. a really amazing documentary highlighting the life and times of senator ted kennedy. especially appropriate on this day. anderson, this documentary will reair only an hour or two or three after the burial at arlington national cemetery. >> it's amazing, such great old newsreels and old film clips and video clips of things i have never seen before. amazingly well done. the mouners leaving the basilica. the body of senator kennedy is on its way to hanscom air force base, where it will fly to andrews air force base and finally being laid to rest at arlington national cemetery. paul begala is making his way to our camera to talk about what it was like inside the basilica during the services, and what he saw. and he's disappointed that the president did not link this to health care or link to this more of a political speech in some way? >> i think we probably have the best insight into that. >
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-- and this is the hbo documentary about your life. the nine lives of marion barry. this was something in the beginning, you weren't completely on board with. why not? >> well, first of all, you know, i've been in public life for about 50-some years, and most people know me through the eyes of the media, 15 seconds, 30 second news slots, most of them negative. some newspaper print or jay leno or chris rock, et cetera. so, this movie almost didn't get made in a sense that i had this distrust of media in terms of people being close to me all the time for four or five hours a day, in and out, doing this, doing that. but i met dana floor about seven years ago. we got started. she ran out of money because this is self-financed for a couple of years, got back started again. then it took about a year, year and a half to edit all this stuff. and then she signed a deal with hbo. and the idea was to humanize me, to show marion barry more than just one 15-second clip, one 30-second clip that the breadth of it. most of the things people read about is that much of my life, a sliver of my life. my life is broad and
't know him personally. right now we're going to get a unique look at senator kennedy. the hbo documentary "ted di -- in his own words" has footage you've never seen before. the senator's commentary comes from both public and private recordi recordings. here now, the hbo documentary, "teddy -- in his own words." >>> teddy! teddy! >> thank you, thank you. >> it is so wonderful to be here. for me, this is a season of hope. as i look ahead, i am strengthened by family and friendship. so many of you have been with me in the happiest days and the hardest days. for you, and for me, the work begins anew. the hope rises again. and the dream lives on. thank you. thank you. [ applause ] >> teddy! teddy! >>> my fondest of memories were growing up on cape cod. from my earliest beginnings, our house has been a scrapbook for our family, all of the really major times of joy and triumph and some of sadness and disappointment have been a part of these pictures. i've grown up in a large family, as the ninth member of that family. the relationship between brothers and sisters was extremely close. all during
the pay televisionusiness and the fact that hbo had de a great job of aggravatin everybo's content. i think athe same time, jf zucker, ad of nbc universal, had been thinking out the same sorts things. >> the bigst challenge we fe on a dailybasis is just how agmented the mediaorld is and how 're going to make this transitionrom the world that you and i have grown up in, this analog wld where really we programmed to the viewer and we tol the viewer when the movie would come out and all of those things to ts new digital world where,rankly, everything's available wherever theviewer wantsit, however they wt it and navigating that new worlis really t big challenge of anybodyn my position. >> rose: abc h also announced that it wod join andecome a partner of hulu. many of their proams include fare from e three netrks "family guy" "30 rock." also progrs like "the daily show with n stewart." th have also talked to this prram about being includedin hulu. m pleased to welcome jon kilar tohis table for t first time. whose brai child was this? >>he first credit absolutely goes to peterher unanimou
the subject of a new hbo documentary, the nine lives of marion barry. he first served as washington's mayor from 1979 to 1991. in 1990 he was the target of a high-profile sting operation and crack cocaine arrest. he was convicted and served six months in prison but was still elected to the city council in 1992. then in 1994 he was elected to mayor again. ♪ >> if marion barry can do it, he can get up off its knees and raise up and believe in itself again, and bring us out of where we are right now again. >> it was like he was doing a movie and you'd say, that really didn't happen, but it did happen. >> it did and soon after his 1994 election as mayor, mr. barry was treated successfully for prostate cancer and did not run for another term in 1998. in 2004 he was elected again to the city council. since then he's pleaded guilty to failing to file a 2005 tax return and was sentenced to three years probation. he tested positive for cocaine and marijuana during mandatory drug testing. prosecutors tried to revoke his probation and send him to prison. he also fought a drunk driving charge and jus
. and then i had also been thinking about the pay television business and the fact that hbo had done a great job of aggravating everybody's content. i think at the same time, jeff zucker, head of nbc universal, had been thinking about the same sorts of things. >> the biggest challenge we face on a daily basis is just how fragmented the media world is and how we're going to make this transition from the world that you and i have grown up in, this analog world where really we programmeded to the viewer and we told the viewer when the movie would come out and all of those things to this new digital world where, frankly, everything's available wherever the viewer wants it, however they want it and navigating that new world is really the big challenge of anybody in my position. >> rose: abc has also announcedd that it would join and become a partner of hulu. many of their programs include fare from the three networks "family guy" "30 rock." also programs like "the daily show with jon stewart." they have also talked to this program about being included in hulu. i'm pleased to welcome jason kilar t
of the country is now like "the wire" which is a gritty hbo series set in baltimore. it is focused on party, drug trafficking and violence. the story got bigger when the british press reported that a baltimore mayor sheila dixon joined the critics. they relied on a statement that appeared to be from the city. it has dixon calling the comments. as. the mayor and made no such statement. the website was fake. city officials say there was no hacking up the website. the perpetrator of the hopes kopit the city's site to make it -- a hoax copied the city's site to make it appear that dixon made the statement. the mayor is not amused. she issued a real statement today saying that it was a distraction causing the city time and money. they are investigating to see if copyright laws were violated. wbal tv 11 news. the british blogger apologized saying that he only meant it as a joke. >> in consumer alert, which you should consider before you put your money down for layaway. a programming note for you, because of the coverage of the funeral mass beginning antonym, the wbal kids programming will air later tod
wire" which is a gritty hbo series set in baltimore. the story got bigger when the british press reported that a baltimore mayor sheila dixon joined the critics. they relied on a statement that appeared to be from the city. it has dixon calling the comments. as. the mayor and made no such statement. the website was fake. city officials say there was no hacking up the website. the perpetrator of the hopes kopit the city's site to make it -- hokes copied the city's website to make it statement. the mayor is not amused. she issued a real statement today saying that it was a time and money. copyright laws were violated. wbal tv 11 news. >> a british blogger is responsible for it and said he was only joking. he has apologized along with british officials. >> two winning tickets were sold for the big mega millions jackpot. there are plenty of lottery prizes still up for grabs. >> most of the stormy weather is offshore this morning. we will see how much of that will affect our area. that is coming up next. >> because of the coverage of senator kennedy's funeral mass beginning at 10:00 a
for hbo? >> i am. i am a consultant s, which means i have a voice at the table talking about a lot of programming as a new regime took it over and had to retool and the cover was bare. the one thing i am not really involved with is documentaries. >> the reason i bring up that part is because back in 1994 you wrote white marion barry? - why marion barry? >> of the very voters, only one attack the media for caricaturing the candidates. my father. he was enraged. mr. barry is more often referred to as a criminal then all winner -- and oliver north. an-- than oliver north. your father is still alive? >> my father is still alive. he lives in washington, d.c. and he is a very interesting story. he did have a family business. it was looted the night of the riots after martin luther king was assassinated. she was -- he wanted to rebuild. it was a heroic thing. it led him to be involved with marion barry. they tried to state the willard hotel. -- they tried to save the willard hotel. >> your dad is 88? >> he turned 88 in april. >> here is the first sentence of a column on march 5. as a medi
gender people on television. h.b.o. was the top show with entourage and nbc and cbs a failing grade and jim my question were if the americ-- irish american alliance talked about the network's friendly to irish americans, no one could care and every single newspaper when study came out, a blurb about reports, . what abo what-- why are the media so concerned. because they say homophobia is one of the worst crimes, even thinking a home mophobic clause and now we'll certify you as homophobic arnott homophobic, it's the p.c. of our time and the point about the irish, italians, polish or whatever is true, because no one would report that. >> as we mentioned a failing grade, should they be concerned, are network executives from the two networks sitting down for more gay friendly shows? is that going to take place? >> well, hollywood can be notorio notoriously reactionary and see the groups, african-american groups, gay and lesbian groups, women's groups to try to have, you know, equal representation on their programs, because, these are broadcasters and their entertainment program has to a
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